I will lecture principles of computational and mechanical intelligence. Principles in computational intelligence include Turing machine and search. Principles in mechanical intelligence cover object manipulation and computer vision. (Dept. Robotics, B2)

1st | 9/29 | Robot Intelligence: Computation, Mechanics, Intelligence | |

2nd | 10/ 6 | Turing machine: state, symbols, transition | |

3rd | 10/13 | Turing machine: diagonal argument, halt problem | |

4th | 10/20 | Search: graphs, shortest path, Dijkstra method | |

5th | 10/27 | Search: robot motion planning, probabilistic roadmaps, game tree | |

6th | 11/ 3 | (1st quiz) | |

7th | 11/10 | Object manipulation: contact states, contact state graph | |

8th | 11/17 | Object manipulation: motion constraints, admissible motion | |

9th | 12/24 | Object manipulation: grasping, form/force closure | |

10th | 12/ 8 | Object manipulation: compliance, RCC | |

11th | 12/15 | Computer vision: digital images, 2D Fourier transform, matched filter | |

12th | 12/22 | Computer vision: phase-only matching, rotation-invariant POM, SIFT/SURF | |

13th | 1/12 | (2nd quiz) | |

14th | 1/19 | Neural network: neuron model, approximation theorem | |

15th | 1/20 | Neural network: back propagation |

Evaluation : Final Exam. 60% and Quiz 40%

- 2015 Final Exam. 2015 Quiz #2 2015 Quiz #1
- 2014 Final Exam. 2014 Quiz #2 2014 Quiz #1
- 2013 Final Exam. 2013 Quiz #2 2013 Quiz #1
- 2012 Final Exam. 2012 Quiz #2 2012 Quiz #1

Reference

Science of Intelligence (Robotics Textbook Series 6) | Handling Technology (Robotics Textbook Series 14) |

Suguru Arimoto, Corona Publishing, ISBN 978-4-339-04517-8 | Shinichi Hirai, Hidefumi Wakamatsu, Corona Publishing, ISBN 978-4-339-04525-3 |

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